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Public Address 15/05/06 - Migraine Journalism

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/05/06 - Migraine Journalism

Migraine journalism | May 15, 2006 11:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

Matthew Hooton's Star Times column calling time for Don Brash reads less like newspaper commentary than a post to an internal National Party mailing list. Indeed, that's how it should be read. Clearly, there is a movement inside the party to edge out the "historic figure" presently in...,


Kiwi FM and all that | May 15, 2006 10:56
GUEST: An open letter from Karyn Hay

In response to the recent publicity regarding KiwiFM and the temporary use of three frequencies in the upper FM band, in what is termed the 'reserved block'. National Radio and the Pacific Radio Network: Niu FM, both of which are government funded networks, have long-term licenses in the upper FM...,


Priceless | May 15, 2006 10:04
David Slack on his own account

Michele A'Court has some very nice lines, in her new show, about the Germans. I will spoil the gag by telling tell you the punch line - completely out of context - which is that they have no word for "comedy"...,


Free as in Freedom | May 15, 2006 02:44
cat >./OnPoint /dev/keith/geek.thoughts

The State Services Commission has re-released its briefing paper on the legal issues surrounding the use of open source software by the state sector to, understandably, little fanfare. OSS is a bit of geekery that doesn't have much public appeal, but then again, so was local loop unbundling...,


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